As Managing Partner of Welchman Keen, Aaron Boyd brings over 20 years of experience in international strategy for the technology sector, primarily focused around telecommunications and cybersecurity. Aaron has spent decades living working in Asia, Europe and the Middle East, and provides advisory services based on ground truth and an expansive global network. Aaron previously worked as Chief Marketing and Strategy Officer and President, International at Silent Circle. Prior to his time at Silent Circle, Aaron worked as Chief Strategy Officer for leading research firm ABI Research. Aaron also worked for GoDaddy, and supported major clients while working for ad agencies Cramer-Krasselt and Havas Worldwide. Aaron has a BA in Public Relations, an MBA in International Business, and professional certificates from Peking University and Stanford University.
Who is responsible for your cybersecurity?
The cybersecurity blame game is getting louder and becoming ever more complex. There are more than enough problems to go around, but who will step up and assume responsibility? As the threat grows beyond the capability of individuals to protect themselves from cyber-attacks, where are the lines drawn, and who should we hold accountable? Let’s look as what works, what doesn’t, and the evolving conversation around who is in charge of what where it comes to cybersecurity.